THE GOAL OF ORTHOPEDIC & SPORTS PHYSIOTHERAPY IS TO
- Restore function
- Decrease pain
- Increase strength and flexibility
- Injury prevention and education
- Optimize performance
Our orthopedic physiotherapists are well qualified and trained in manual therapy, osteopathy, soft tissue manipulation, muscle energy techniques, joint mobilization, and manipulation are few to name.
Our center is equipped with the latest modality, like high power LASER therapy, advanced electrotherapy.
AN ORTHOPAEDIC PHYSIOTHERAPIST INCLUDES:
Therapeutic modalities like heat, ice, ultrasound, electrical stimulation, cryotherapy, LASER, and interferential therapy
- Assistive devices, such as walkers or canes
- Orthotics and prosthetics
- Exercise tools and equipment
- Evaluation and assessment tools
- Mobilization or soft tissue massage instruments
- Strengthening exercises
- Stretching and flexibility exercises
- Exercises to improve range of motion
- Balance exercises
- Functional mobility exercises
- Endurance exercises
- Plyometric and jumping-type exercises
OUR SPECIALIZED ORTHOPEDIC AND SPORTS REHABILITATION PROGRAM
Post-Surgical- (ACL/TKR/THR/Shoulder) Rehabilitation (Including Home Rehab) Posture and ergonomics related pain Mechanical neck, back, knee, and shoulder pain.
WOMEN HEALTH PHYSIOTHERAPY
Women health physiotherapy is a specialized area of physiotherapy that deals with the unique and specific needs of women's health issues like urinary incontinence, uterine prolapse, weaken pelvic floor muscles, prenatal and postnatal care, posture-related care.
Our women's health physiotherapist does a comprehensive assessment and treatment of your presenting condition. The physiotherapy assessment is an integral part of assessment and examination. Following this assessment, findings will be discussed with you, and treatment will depend upon results and your symptoms.
At APARC out specialized women, health physiotherapist provides an international standard of physiotherapy for women's health problems. Some of the conditions are listed below:
- Loss of bladder control.
- Stress urinary incontinence.
- Pelvic organs prolapse.
- Pelvic floor muscle weakness, tightness
- Pelvic pain.
- Pain and dysfunction after pregnancy.
- Breast cancer and lymphedema management.
- Pre and postnatal conditioning
Women health physiotherapists at APARC can help you reduce back pain during your pregnancy and after delivery. Pelvic floor physiotherapy focuses on treating the muscles in the base of the abdomen that attaches to the pelvis that supports the pelvic organs.
Prenatal physiotherapy plays a vital role in preparing the body for labor and limits the degree of damage to the pelvic area.
Postnatal treatment is also vital to help strengthen your pelvic floor muscle. Postnatal physiotherapy is targeted to prevent urinary incontinence. Women's health physiotherapy interventions are a great and safe option for pregnant women to stay active, essential for an easier delivery.
WOMEN HEALTH PHYSIOTHERAPY INCLUDE
We will be strengthening and retraining your pelvic floor muscles to optimize the best function.
Bladder retraining and treatment for urinary incontinence.
Biofeedback therapy to get the best results to activate weak muscles.
OUR SPECIALIZED WOMEN HEALTH PROGRAM
Urinary Incontinence Program I Ante-natal a care Program I Post Natal care Program